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Posted 14 April 2015 · Add Comment

South African Airways Technical (SAAT) has been shortlisted in the category for Best Line Maintenance Provider as part of the annual Aircraft Technology Engineering & Maintenance Awards (ATE&M Awards).

The awards, now in its fifth year, is produced by MRO Network and are designed to recognise the achievement of organisations and individuals within the maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) sector of the commercial aerospace aftermarket.

“We are very pleased to be shortlisted in the category for Line Maintenance, as SAAT provides line maintenance services to more than 30 customers at both domestic and international stations.  Our facility is growing from strength to strength and we delivered another year of strong performance, continuing to add operational excellence that is intrinsic to the SAAT culture and SAA’s Long-Term Turnaround Strategy during a period of significant change and growth,” said Musa Zwane, CEO SAA Technical.

The SAAT Line Maintenance facility offers routine Pre-flight, Transit, Daily, Weekly, CKA, defect rectification, supervision of refueling operations, aircraft exterior cleaning and polishing, interior deep cleaning, short term parking, aircraft towing, ground power services, water and waste services. The network of stations covers both RSA and international locations.
 

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